T1 T1 Korea Rank #3 stax Kim Gu-taek (김구택) Sayaplayer Ha Jeong-woo (하정우) Carpe Lee Jae-hyeok (이재혁) iZu Ham Woo-ju (함우주) xccurate Kevin Susanto have signed Ham "iZu" Woo-ju (함우주), Lee "k1Ng" Seung-won (이승원), Kevin "xccurate" Susanto, coming in hours after the organization parted with three players.

Known for his explosiveness on duelist, iZu made his mark on Jadeite Jadeite Inactive . The roster was quiet in 2022 but started making noise in 2023 as they made waves in the Japanese scene as a top contender. Jadeite nearly qualified for the Pacific Ascension tournament, only falling short to SCARZ SCARZ Japan Rank #5 MrTenzouEz Lumo Maxim Demianovskikh tixx Nick Quinn Yotaa Yota Kaouachi Yoshiii John Yoshiharu Kawakami in the Split 2: Challengers finals. Following the conclusion of Ascension, the roster split apart.

k1Ng has been active since 2020, joining the Vision Strikers Vision Strikers Inactive stax Kim Gu-taek (김구택) Rb Goo Sang-min (구상민) Zest Kim Ki-seok (김기석) BuZz Yu Byung-chul (유병철) MaKo Kim Myeong-gwan (김명관) core — now known as DRX DRX Korea Rank #2 Flashback Cho Min-hyuk (조민혁) BuZz Yu Byung-chul (유병철) MaKo Kim Myeong-gwan (김명관) Foxy9 Jung Jae-sung (정재성) BeYN Kang Ha-bin (강하빈) . He'd later leave for Incheon On Sla2ers Incheon On Sla2ers Korea Rank #16 Gravity wezzy VaNish froz XirZz but would stay on for only half of 2022. Given his proficiency on sentinel, Gen.G Gen.G Korea Rank #1 Munchkin Byeon Sang-beom (변상범) t3xture Kim Na-ra (김나라) Meteor Kim Tae-O (김태오) Lakia Kim Jong-min (김종민) Karon Kim Won-tae (김원태) picked him for their Pacific Partnership roster. However, the Korean organization had a very up-and-down season as LOCK//IN would be their only international appearance, and their year culminated in a third-place finish at the Pacific LCQ. Gen.G announced the release of every player but Kim "Meteor" Tae-O (김태오) just last week.

xccurate, the elder brother of Paper Rex Paper Rex Asia-Pacific Rank #1 mindfreak Aaron Leonhart Jinggg Wang Jing Jie f0rsakeN Jason Susanto d4v41 Khalish Rusyaidee something Ilya Petrov ace Jason "f0rsakeN" Susanto, is the only player with minimal prior Valorant experience. However, his legacy stretches far and wide in the Counterstrike scene as one of Asia's most established players, having played for TYLOO and Team NKT. He officially retired in 2022 and has been looking for a team in Valorant until now.

After T1 were accepted into the partnership league, their debuts at LOCK//IN and the beginning of the regular season left much to be desired. As the season progressed, the roster slowly made footing as they finished third in playoffs, qualifying for both Masters: Tokyo and Champions 2023. In both those events, T1 were eliminated in groups at the hands of EDward Gaming EDward Gaming China Rank #1 S1Mon Hsien Meng-Hsun (谢孟勋) WoodAy1 Lin Weihong (林伟宏) ZmjjKK Zheng Yongkang (郑永康) nobody Wang Senxu (王森旭) CHICHOO Wan Shunji (万顺治) Smoggy Zhang Zhao (张钊) Haodong Guo Haodong (郭浩东) at Tokyo and FUT Esports FUT Esports Europe Rank #5 MrFaliN Furkan Yeğen yetujey Eray Budak AtaKaptan Ata Tan cNed Mehmet Yağız İpek qRaxs Doğukan Balaban at Champions, thus finishing outside the top eight.

Now with a new roster, T1 T1 Korea Rank #3 stax Kim Gu-taek (김구택) Sayaplayer Ha Jeong-woo (하정우) Carpe Lee Jae-hyeok (이재혁) iZu Ham Woo-ju (함우주) xccurate Kevin Susanto are now:

  • Son "xeta" Seon-ho (손선호)
  • Ha "Sayaplayer" Jeong-woo (하정우)
  • Lee "Carpe" Jae-hyeok (이재혁)
  • Ham "iZu" Woo-ju (함우주)
  • Lee "k1Ng" Seung-won (이승원)
  • Kevin "xccurate" Susanto
  • Yoon "Autumn" Eu-ddeum (윤으뜸) (Head coach)
  • Dakota "Stunner" MacLeod (Coach)
  • Lee "CheongGak" Il-ho (이일호) (Coach)